This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up bounces all over, from Anguilla to Bonaire, and St. Maarten to the Bahamas, it’s an island hopping adventure in html. Not as good as the real thing I know, but just enough to inspire a day dream or two. Cheers!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
Anguilla: Snorkeling Secluded Little Bay: Little Bay offers a secluded, gorgeous beach full of amazing sand with stunning snorkeling. The water-only access means that you will only have to share the beach with a handful of other people. It is one of the slightly more hidden gems, but a brilliant gem indeed, in Anguilla. –Story by TravelBlueBook.com
Rebuilding Caribbean Coral Reefs: Global warming, poor development choices and the loss of protective coastal habitat, such as coral reefs, all increase risk. Of the many actions needed to reduce these risks, a smart and cost-effective first step is to restore the coral reefs that provide our first line of coastal defense. –Story by Caribbean Journal
Close Encounters With Incoming Jets On St. Maarten’s Maho Beach: Planes all but skim the sand as they zoom onto the Caribbean island of St. Maarten — signs warn that blasts from incoming flights could cause extreme harm or death to the tourists who line up to watch. –Story by the Huffingtonpost.com
Why Bonaire Ranked #1 Again for Shore Diving in 2014: Bonaire, which is located 86 miles from the popular island of Aruba, is one of the most sought-after scuba diving destinations on the planet, thanks to its 12 months of sunny, warm weather and abundant marine life. –Story by BookYourDive.com
11 Great Beaches in Nassau, Bahamas: It’s simple: Nassau, otherwise known as the Bahamian island of New Providence, has some of the region’s most beautiful beaches. They have pure sand, classic Bahamian turquoise water and, most importantly, many of them are almost always empty. –Story by Caribbean Journal
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